OKLAHOMA CITY – Crowe & Dunlevy recently announced the addition of Lysbeth L. George, Travis Jett, Jonathan G. Rector and Tynia A. Watson as associates in the firm’s Oklahoma City office and Kathryn I. DuPree as an associate in the Tulsa office. All will focus on general litigation practice.
George received her Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she received top honors from the National Association of Women Lawyers and the Oklahoma Bar Association. George served as staff editor on the OCU Law Review and was a member of the William J. Holloway, Jr. Inn of Court and the Public Interest Law Group and Merit Scholars. She also earned top student awards in: Civil Procedure I, Legal Profession, State and Local Government, Constitutional Law II, Consumer Bankruptcy, Legislation, Environmental Law, Wills, Trusts and Estates, and Antitrust II. She holds a bachelor’s degree in vocal music from Cameron University School of Music in Lawton, Okla.
Jett holds a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, where he was editor-in-chief of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy. During his third year of law school, Jett worked as a law clerk for the Senate Judiciary Committee. He received a degree in agribusiness from Oklahoma State University and served as the national FFA president.
Rector received his Juris Doctor from The University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he received American Jurisprudence Awards for Contracts, Evidence and the First Amendment. He was also a member of the Order of Solicitors, Order of the Coif and was assistant articles editor of the Oklahoma Law Review. He holds a bachelor’s degree in government and politics from The University of Texas at Dallas.
Watson received her Juris Doctor from Oklahoma City University School of Law, where she received CALI Awards in Civil Procedure II, Copyright and Art & Cultural Heritage Law. She holds an MBA from Oklahoma State University and a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from The University of Oklahoma.
DuPree received her Juris Doctor with highest honors from University of Tulsa College of Law and served as executive editor of Tulsa Law Review. She received CALI Awards for Excellence in Legal Writing and Research I, Tribal Economic Development and Constitutional Law II, as well as an honors designation in appellate advocacy. She also holds a bachelor’s of technology from Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla.
Posted on Tue, September 27, 2011
by Crowe & Dunlevy